Cashless Hall & Upay
Cashless Hall & Upay
St Antony's operates on a cashless system. Initially this will replace cash as a means of paying for meals through the Servery in Hall, but will later be extended to cover printing, photocopying and laundry.
Then please proceed to the Upay website to put money on your account.
College members will need to bring their University Card with them when taking lunch or dinner through the Servery in Hall, members will be able to pay for their and their guests' meals using their University Card.
Cash will not be accepted as payment, and either the University Card or a credit / debit card must be used. In order to claim the student rate, students must pay using their University Card. All payments made by credit / debit card will attract VAT.
The Upay system enables you to make a one-off top-up of £10, £25, £50, £100 or £200 at any time. You may set up an e-mail reminder to remind you when your Upay balance falls below £5, £10, £15 or £20.
If you prefer, you can set up an 'auto top-up' to automatically transfer money from your bank account to your Upay account when your Upay balance falls below £5, £10, £15 or £20.
You can view your current balance, a 'mini-statement' or a 'detailed statement'. You can set up Upay to e-mail you detailed statements automatically.
For more information or to top-up please see the Upay website .
What will happen at the Servery?
The till operator will swipe your University Card through a reader and then will enter the items purchased into the till.
What happens if my University Card is lost, damaged or stolen?
No money is actually stored on the University Card - rather it is used as an identifier that allows the till to deduct an amount from the balance in your Upay account. If the card is lost or stolen, you should mark your card as lost in the 'My Account Details' tab of the Upay website. This will prevent anyone else from using your card at the Servery. You should also report the loss to the Registrar's Office email@example.com.
What about new members from overseas, who don’t yet have UK bank accounts?
New members will be allowed to go into credit for their first two weeks here, in order to give them time to set up a UK bank account.
Conference Guests are provided with meal tokens in order to go through the servery, these are available as 2/3 courses, depending upon the instructions given by the organisers (this will be clearly marked on the meal tokens).
For all meals which need to be charged to an allowance or to a budget code please contact the Conference Office in the first instance (firstname.lastname@example.org). Guests may also have the option of paying by credit / debit card.
If you have any queries about these changes, please contact the Domestic Bursar (email@example.com).